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So here is the answers:

1. Sport is skeleton;

2. Southampton;

3. Different number of players per team 12 vs 6; different surface grass vs ice; different item ball vs puck;

4. There is no such piece as far as I know the chess, you can eliminate any checking piece as long as it is not defended;

5. Hey it is one of few sports Lithuania is good at. Swimming, running, fencing, riding, shooting;

6. Malaysia;

7. Mumbai Indians;

8. Not mentioned sex. So Steffi Graf

9.London and Mumbai

10. 2002 South Korea and Japan

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Game : Royal Revolt 2

IGN : Rahool007

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Here are the answers

1. Skeleton - Winter sports

Skeleton is a fast winter sliding sport in which an individual person rides a small sled down a frozen track while lying face down, during which athletes experience forces up to 5g.

It originated in St. Moritz, Switzerland as a spin-off from the popular British sport of Cresta sledding.

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2. Southampton for longest ever recorded goal

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3. Differences:

a. Ice hockey uses six players per team at a time: three forwards, two defence men and a goalie. / Field hockey uses 11 players: five forwards, three halves, two backs and a goalie.

b. Ice hockey game consists of three 20-minute periods and is played on an ice-covered surface of varying sizes. /  A field hockey game consists of two 35-minute halves and is played on a 60-by-100-yard grass field.

c. Ice hockey uses a puck. / Field hockey uses a ball;

d. An ice hockey goal stands 4 feet high and 6 feet wide. / A field hockey goal consists of two 7-foot high posts spaced 12 feet apart

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4. The Knight

A Knight covered in a  suit of Armour and sitting on a strong spirited horse, high above all the others on the battlefield. He can maneuver efficiently and can sweep nearly entire battlefield. 

Players use the knight early on to undermine the opponent's defence, especially the pawns which can sometimes be picked off by a ranging knight. The knight is the piece most likely to sneak in behind "enemy" lines to capture an important piece.

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5. The modern pentathlon is an Olympic sport that comprises five different events;

Fencing (one-touch épée),

Freestyle swimming (200m),

Equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and

a final combined event of Pistol Shooting and

Cross country running (3200m).

This last event is now referred to as the laser-run, since it alternates four legs of laser pistol shooting followed by an 800m run (for 3200m in total). 

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6. Malaysia

Tough luck there. They even announced the incentive scheme - Win an Olympic gold medal get a gold bar in Malaysia. Their Olympic performance in 2016 was best so far.

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7. Mumbai Cricket Team

The Mumbai Cricket Team: A story of unparalleled success and strong legacy. Mumbai has dominated the domestic cricket circuit of India for decades now.

Mumbai is the most successful team in the history of Ranji Trophy, India's premier domestic cricket competition, with 41 titles, the most recent being in 2015–16. It also has 14 Irani Cup titles to its name, also the most by any team. Mumbai has produced some of the greatest Indian cricketers of all time such as Sachin Tendulkar, Sunil Gavaskar, Vijay Merchant, Polly Umrigar and Dilip Vengsarkar.

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8. Steffi Graf

Stefanie Maria "Steffi" Graf born 14 June 1969) is a German former professional tennis player. She was ranked world No. 1 and won 22 Grand Slam singles titles.

In 1988, she became the first and only tennis player (male or female) to achieve the Golden Slam by winning all four Grand Slam singles titles and the Olympic gold medal in the same calendar year. Furthermore, she is the only tennis player to have won each Grand Slam tournament at least four times.

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9. Mumbai and London

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10. FIFA World Cup 2002 in South Korea and Japan

South Korea and Japan each provided 10 venues, the vast majority of them newly built for the tournament. The stadiums in Daegu, Suwon, Yokohama and Saitama all hosted 4 matches each, while the other 16 stadiums hosted 3 matches each.

Total Attendees : 2,705,197

 

 

 

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                                               Trivia n°12: Sports & Games
1) Skeleton 
2) Southampton 
3) A. Goal posts are sized different 
    B. Number of players on field/ice
    C. Hockey sticks are diferent shapes 
4) The Knight
5) A. Cross country running, 3200m
    B. Fencing 
    C. Freestyle swimming, 220m
    D. Pistol shooting
    E. Show jumping on horseback, 15 jumps
6) Malaysia, 11 Medals no gold
7) Mumbai with 41 victories 
8) Steffi Graf 
9) Mumbai and London 
10) South Korea and Japan 2002

IGN: Nut Crunch 5000

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Royal Revolt 2 game

IGN: Issac Jackson

1.That logo is SKELETON from winter games.

2.Southampton.

3.The ball,the shoes and the ground.

4.Knight is the answer.

5.Pistol shooting, swimming, running,horse riding and Fencing.

6. Malaysia 

7.Mumbai Cricket team is the first class with 50+ victory.

8.Martina Navratilova

9.Mumbai ( India )and London ( England).

10.World cup 2002 Japan and South Korea and 20 venues for the matches .

Thank You ? Very much RR2 !!! 

    Yours lovingly ❤❤❤

IGN:  Issac Jackson

 

Edited by Issacj094
I forgot to mention the game name.

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Hi Team below are my answers:

 

1. The logo is of Skeleton Sport which is a Winter Sliding Sport and was first played in Switzerland.

3.  (i) The size of the stick: In field hockey, the size of the stick is between 26 and 38 inches, depending on the height of the player. In ice hockey, the length of the stick is based on the length between the player’s nose and the ground. (ii). Where they are played: Field hockey is played on a large rectangular grass or artificial turf field. Ice hockey is played on a large indoor oval rink. (iii). Ball v. Puck: Field hockey is played with a ball and ice hockey is played with a puck.

5. The modern pentathlon is an Olympic sport that comprises five different events; fencing, freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m). This last event is now referred to as the laser-run, since it alternates four legs of laser pistol shooting followed by an 800m run (for 3200m in total).

8. Rafael Nadal

9. The Oval Cricket ground in London

IGN: Vikas Bhardwaj

Game: Royal Revolt 2

Edited by vikasbhardwaj
Forgot to mention my IGN and Game details

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IGN: Zerpiron
Game: Royal Revolt 2
Answer:
1. The sport is Skeleton
2. Southampton, in a match vs Stoke City
3. Field Hockey: 11 players, use ball, wear shoes, grass field... ; Ice Hockey: 6 players, use puck, wear skates, ice field...
4. The Knight

5. Those are: Fencing, Freestyle Swimming, Equestrian Show Jumping, Pistol Shooting and Cross Country Running
6. That country is Malaysia
7. Mumbai cricket team
8. That player is Martina Navratilova
9. The cities are London and Mumbai
10. FIFA World Cup 2002 co-hosted by South Korea & Japan

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Game: royal révolte 2

ign: kistenbzh

1: skeleton

2: Southampton

3: a puck instead of a ball, skates instead of shoes, on ce instead of on grass 

4: knight 

5: fencing, freestyle swimming, show jumping, combined track and fiels évents, cross country running 

6: Malaysia 

7: mumbai 

8: steffi graf 

9: London england, and mombai India 

10: south corea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues) 

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IGN RR2: King Wombat2

Alliance: iNtEnSe

1) Skeleton

2) Southampton

3) A puck instead of a ball, On skates instead of shoes, On ice instead of grass

4) Knight

5) fencing (one-touch épée), freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m)

6) Malaysia

7) Mumbai

8) Steffi Graf

9) London, England and Mombai, India.

10) South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues)

 

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Hi my IGN is : Sournois

 

Answers are imo :

1) Skeleton

2) Southampton

3) A puck instead of a ball
On skates instead of shoes
On ice instead of grass

3) Ice hockey uses six players per team at a time: three forwards, two defensemen and a goalie. Field hockey uses 11 players: five forwards, three halves, two backs and a goalie.
A field hockey goal consists of two 7-foot high posts spaced 12 feet apart. An ice hockey goal stands 4 feet high and 6 feet wide. Field hockey uses a ball; ice hockey uses a puck.

4) Knight

5) fencing (one-touch épée), freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m)

6) Malaysia

7) Mumbai

8) Steffi Graf

9) London, England and Mombai, India.

10) South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues)
In 5th they think that the answer on 7 is wrong
And that it should be New South Wales

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1-- skeleton

2-- Southampton Football Club

3-- The ground,  the ball, the shoes and number of players for team

4--Knight

5--Shooting, fencing, swimming,equestrian jumping and cross country running

6--Malaysia

7--Mumbai Criquet Team

8--Martina Navratiloba

9-- Mumbai and London

10--World Cup Football japan/ South Korea year 2002 (20 venues)

 

Game-- Royal Revolt 2

IGN-- Aeg0n Targar1en 

Edited by Eskorpiondvd

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1) Skeleton

2) Southampton 

3) A puck instead of a ball
On skates instead of shoes
On ice instead of grass

4) Knight

5) fencing (one-touch épée), freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m)

6) Malaysia 

7) Mumbai

8) Steffi Graf

9) London, England and Mombai, India.

10) South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues)

 

ign: de koningin der vuur

game: rr2

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On 8-3-2018 at 4:18 PM, KKStar said:

Hello folks! :) 

I know it has been a long wait for a trivia, after more than half a year, but trivia is back with a bang. Aaand not just that, for this time, there are much higher rewards up for grabs! So it is on something we all would love, ain't it? Sports & Games! I specifically include Games because Chess being a sport is debateable :D. So same host, same 10 questions but a new format this time! 10 questions but 1st question carries 1 point, 2nd one carries 2.. while the 10th one carries 10 points :). The points are indicated in the brackets too. 

Rewards

55 points (the max) - 1500 premium currency
52-54 points - 1250 premium currency
48-51points - 1000 premium currency
42-47 points - 750 premium currency
37-41 points - 600 premium currency
32-36 points - 500 premium currency
27-31 points - 400 premium currency
20-26 points - 300 premium currency
11-19 points - 100 premium currency
0-10 points - 0 premium currency

Also, a really good entry which includes humour or particularly detailed, something which sets your entry apart from the rest, can earn a bonus of 100 premium currency!

The premium currency for RR2 and OR are gems. :) 

Deadline

14th March 2018, Wednesday, 12:00 Noon GMT.

Remember to write your exact IGN and the game you play otherwise rewards shall not be given.

Also, no forum user shall post 2 IGNs or make separate entries, rewards shall be given only on the first one. Don't waste our time, neither your time.

So here we go!

QUESTIONS

1) Identify the sport by the logo. [1]pict--skeleton-winter-sports-pictograms-

2) Which team in football conceded the longest ever recorded goal? [2]

3) State 3 differences between Field Hockey and Ice Hockey. [3]

4) In chess, which is the only piece, under any circumstance whose check cannot be countered by eliminating the checking piece via the king itself.  [4]

5) List the sports in Modern Pentathlon. [5]

6) Which nation has the highest medal tally at any Olympics without a gold medal? [6]

7) In domestic first class cricket competitions, which is the most successful team (no. of titles with at least 4 participants) in the world?  [7]

8) Which tennis player had managed to enter the most number of consecutive Grand Slam finals? [8]

9) Which is/are the only city/cities to host the finals of both, ICC Champions Trophy and ICC Cricket World Cup. [9]

10) Till date, which FIFA World Cup, already concluded, had the maximum number of venues for matches. The host country and year are supposed to be mentioned. [10]


Wish you all the very best. :) 

Regards,
KK

I play royal revolt 2, alliance iNtEnSe @paupelot   

my answers

1 Skeleton

2 Southampton

3 Ice hockey uses 6 players per team at a time:3 forwards, 2 defensemen and a goalie. Field hockey uses 11 players: 5 forwards, 3 halves, 2 backs and a goalie. A field hockey goal consist of 2 7-foot high posts spaced 12 feet apart. An ice hockey goal stands 4 feet high and 6 feet wide. Field hockey uses a ball, icehockey uses a puck.

4 Knigt

5 fencing (one-touch épéé), freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (320 m)

6 Malaysia

7 Mumbai

8 Steffi Graf

9 London, England and Mombai, India

10 South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 veneus)

 

Edited by paupelot
the answers of the trivia.

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On 8.3.2018 at 4:18 PM, KKStar said:

Hello folks! :) 

I know it has been a long wait for a trivia, after more than half a year, but trivia is back with a bang. Aaand not just that, for this time, there are much higher rewards up for grabs! So it is on something we all would love, ain't it? Sports & Games! I specifically include Games because Chess being a sport is debateable :D. So same host, same 10 questions but a new format this time! 10 questions but 1st question carries 1 point, 2nd one carries 2.. while the 10th one carries 10 points :). The points are indicated in the brackets too. 

Rewards

55 points (the max) - 1500 premium currency
52-54 points - 1250 premium currency
48-51points - 1000 premium currency
42-47 points - 750 premium currency
37-41 points - 600 premium currency
32-36 points - 500 premium currency
27-31 points - 400 premium currency
20-26 points - 300 premium currency
11-19 points - 100 premium currency
0-10 points - 0 premium currency

Also, a really good entry which includes humour or particularly detailed, something which sets your entry apart from the rest, can earn a bonus of 100 premium currency!

The premium currency for RR2 and OR are gems. :) 

Deadline

14th March 2018, Wednesday, 12:00 Noon GMT.

Remember to write your exact IGN and the game you play otherwise rewards shall not be given.

Also, no forum user shall post 2 IGNs or make separate entries, rewards shall be given only on the first one. Don't waste our time, neither your time.

So here we go!

QUESTIONS

1) Identify the sport by the logo. [1]pict--skeleton-winter-sports-pictograms-

2) Which team in football conceded the longest ever recorded goal? [2]

3) State 3 differences between Field Hockey and Ice Hockey. [3]

4) In chess, which is the only piece, under any circumstance whose check cannot be countered by eliminating the checking piece via the king itself.  [4]

5) List the sports in Modern Pentathlon. [5]

6) Which nation has the highest medal tally at any Olympics without a gold medal? [6]

7) In domestic first class cricket competitions, which is the most successful team (no. of titles with at least 4 participants) in the world?  [7]

8) Which tennis player had managed to enter the most number of consecutive Grand Slam finals? [8]

9) Which is/are the only city/cities to host the finals of both, ICC Champions Trophy and ICC Cricket World Cup. [9]

10) Till date, which FIFA World Cup, already concluded, had the maximum number of venues for matches. The host country and year are supposed to be mentioned. [10]


Wish you all the very best. :) 

Regards,
KK

Ign: HannibaI Lecter 

RR2

The last letter in HannibaI is a big i.

Awnsers:

1)Skeleton

2)Southampton

3)A puck instead of a ball

On skates instead of shoes

On ice instead of grass

3)Ice hockey uses six players per team at a time: three forwards, two defenseman and a goalie. Field hockey uses 11 players: five fowards, three halves, two backs and a goalie.

A field hockey goal consist of two 7 foot high posts spaced12 feed apart. Field hockey uses a ball and ice hockey uses a puck.

4)Knight

5)fencing (one-touche epee), freestyle swimming 200m, eguestrian show jumping 15 jumps, and a final combined event of pistolshooting and cross country running 3200m.

6)Malaysia

7)Mumbai

8)Steffi Graf

9)London, England and Mombai, India.

10)South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues)

In 5th they think that the awnser on 7 is wrong

And that it should be New South Wales.

 

 

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IGN  kknas88    Royal Revolt 2

1 Skeleton

2 Southampton

3 shoes, ground, ball

4 the knight

5 equestrian, swimming, fencing, pistols shooting, running

6 Malaysia

7 the Mumbai cricket team

8 Martina Navratilova

9 Mumbai and London

10 20 venues for the 2002 Cup... Japan and S. Korea

thanks!

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1. Skeleton

2. SouthHampton

3. A puck is used in Ice Hockey while a ball used in Field Hockey
    In terms of stick size, ice hockey players use longer stick. 
    In terms of play field, ice hockey is played indoor oval rink with iced surface while field hockey on turf field outdoors with grass.  

4. Knight

5. Shooting, Fencing, Running, Swimming and Horse Riding

6. Malaysia

7. Mumbai

8. Martina Navratilova (there is some ambiguity with Steffi Graf)

9. Mumbai and London

10. 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea

 

IGN: t.ZZer

Game: RR2
 

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1) Skeleton

2) Southampton 

3) Ice hockey uses six players per team at a time: three forwards, two defensemen and a goalie. Field hockey uses 11 players: five forwards, three halves, two backs and a goalie. 
A field hockey goal consists of two 7-foot high posts spaced 12 feet apart. An ice hockey goal stands 4 feet high and 6 feet wide. Field hockey uses a ball; ice hockey uses a puck.

4) Knight

5) fencing (one-touch épée), freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m)

6) Malaysia 

7) Mumbai

8) Steffi Graf

9) London, England and Mumbai, India.

10) South Korea and Japan in b 2002 (20 venues) 

YD KNIGHT ! Royal revolt 2

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Hello Fg team !

My in game name is o2 bobi in your app Royal Revolt 2 . 

i think the answers to the trivia topic are as follows : 

1. This looks like the Skeleton sports logo, which consists of an athlete/person riding a sled down a frozen path while facing down. 

2. The team that has conceded the longest goal in football history is Southampton. It was scored by Stoke City's goalkeeper Asmir Begovic from 91.9 meters away in Premier League.

3. One difference between the two is the number of players where field hockey uses 11 player and ice hickey uses 6. A second difference is that ice hockey uses phuck and field hockey uses ball. third is the time of play : ice hockey has three 20 minutes periods while ice hockey has two 35 min periods. Bonus difference is that ice hockey is played on ice surface and field hockey is played on a grass field.

4. The chess piece i think is knight or as some countries say Horse. To specify i say is the L shape moving piece. 

5. Modern pentathlon games are : Fencing, swimming, show jumping, shooting and running. 

6. I think the aswer is Malaysia.

7. Here the answer is Mumbai Cricket team with 41 titles

8. I think Martina Navratilova has the most consecutive grand slam finals with 16 of them in doubles category.

9. I believe it is London and Mumbai

10. The aswer is Japan & South Korea 2002 with 20 vanues to be used for the event. 

Taking this fun quiz as an opportunity to thank you all , have a good day and keep up your good work.

Bye

Edited by o2 bobi
Had to correct the 8th question

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1) Skeleton
2) Southampton
3) The ground, the shoes, the ball
4) Knight
5) Fencing, swimming, horse riding, pistol shooting, running
6) Malaysia
7) Mumbai cricket team
8) Martina Navratilova
9) London and Mumbai
10) world cup 2002 Japan/South korea. 20 venues for matches

Edited by FireFrost

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IGN is: albert the clasher

 

1) The sport is "Skeleton"
2) Team Southampton
3) How many players can play at the same time (11 out of 16 on field, 6 for the ice hockey), The ground type (one has ice), Shoes vs Skates, the dimensions of the field, and so on.
4) The Knight
5) Running, Fencing, Swimming, Shooting with the pistol, Horse Riding,
6) It's Malaysia
7) Team Mumbai 
8 Martina Navratilova
9) London & Mumbai
10) The combined World Cup of 2002 which was held in Japan & South Korea. Together they had 20 venues.

Edited by Clasher

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1) Skeleton

2) Southampton 

3) Ice hockey uses six players per team at a time: three forwards, two defensemen and a goalie. Field hockey uses 11 players: five forwards, three halves, two backs and a goalie. 
A field hockey goal consists of two 7-foot high posts spaced 12 feet apart. An ice hockey goal stands 4 feet high and 6 feet wide. Field hockey uses a ball; ice hockey uses a puck.

4) Knight

5) fencing (one-touch épée), freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m)

6) Malaysia 

7) Mumbai

8) Steffi Graf

9) London, England and Mombai, India.

10) South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues)
In 5th they think that the answer on 7 is wrong
And that it should be New South Wales

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Game name :Royal Revolt 2

IGN:saipawan124

Answers for the trivia

1A)skeleton("a winter sport") 

2A)stock city football club

3A)Differences between field hockey and ice hockey are

Field hockey:

a)field hockey uses a ball

b)it uses 11 players per team

c)Here goal consists of two 7-foot high posts spaced 12 feels apart

ice hockey :

a)ice hockey uses a puck

b)it uses 6 players per team

c)Here goal stands 4 feet high and 6 feet wide

4A)Knights 

5A)Fencing, Free style swimming, Show jumping, Pistol shooting, Cross country running. 

6A)Malaysia 

7A)New South Wales 

8A)Roger Federer 

9A)Mumbai and London 

10A)South Korea and Japan in the year 2002

 

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IGN: Bassie69 

Game:RR2

ANSWERS

1) Skeleton

2) Southampton 

3) A puck instead of a ball
On skates instead of shoes
On ice instead of grass

3) Ice hockey uses six players per team at a time: three forwards, two defensemen and a goalie. Field hockey uses 11 players: five forwards, three halves, two backs and a goalie. 
A field hockey goal consists of two 7-foot high posts spaced 12 feet apart. An ice hockey goal stands 4 feet high and 6 feet wide. Field hockey uses a ball; ice hockey uses a puck.

4) Knight

5) fencing (one-touch épée), freestyle swimming (200m), equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and a final combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m)

6) Malaysia 

7) Mumbai

8) Steffi Graf

9) London, England and Mombai, India.

10) South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues)

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ROYAL REVOLT 2

IGN KING RANJA1

1. SKELETON (WINTER SPORT)

2. STROKE CITY FOOTBALL CUP

3. FIELD HOCKEY A.11PLAYERS B. IT USES A BALL C. GOALS POST CONSISTING TWO 7FT HIGH AND 12FT ICE HOCKEY A. USE 6PLAYERS B. IT USES A PUCK C. GOAL STANDS 4FT HIGH AND 6FT WIDE

4. KNIGHTS 

5. FENCING FREE STYLE SWIMMING,PISTOL SHOOTING,CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING

6. MALAYSIA

7. NEW SOUTH WALES (CRICKET TEAM)

8. ROGER FEDERER

9. LONDON AND MUMBAI

10. SOUTH KOREA AND JAPAN IN YEAR 2002

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Royal revolt2

IGN- vinod313

Answer

Ans1- skeleton

Ans2- stroke city football cup

Ans3- in field hockey- (a) it uses a ball (b) goals consisting two 7foot high posts and 12 feet apart (c) they uses 11 players

    Ice hockey- (a)its uses a puck (b)goal stands 4feet high and 6 feet wide (c)they uses 6players

Ans4- knights

Ans5-fencing, freestyle swimming, pistol shooting

Ans6- malaysia

Ans7- new South Wales

Ans8- Roger federer

Ans9-london & mumbai

Ans10- south korea and japan (in the year 2002)

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IGN: Jack Hatts  Alliance:INtEnSe

Game: ROYAL REVOLT 2

1) Skeleton (you have to be certifiably crazy to even THINK about doing this as a 'sport'! Lol!)

2) Southampton 

3) Ice Hockey uses a puck instead of a ball.
    They also use skates instead of shoes.
     It's played on ICE with 6 players on at a time instead of GRASS with 11 players on the pitch. (The goals are different sizes too!)

4) Knight

5) Fencing (one-touch épée), Freestyle swimming (200m), Equestrian show jumping (15 jumps), and then a Combined event of pistol shooting and cross country running (3200m)

6) Malaysia 

7) Mumbai

8) Steffi Graf

9) London, England and Mumbai, India.

10) South Korea and Japan in 2002 (20 venues)

 

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